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Cricket World Cup


The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is taking place in England and Wales this summer and Leeds will be welcoming England, India, Pakistan, West Indies, Sri Lanka and World Cup Qualifier champions Afghanistan to the city.


ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 - Are you in?
England v Pakistan Cricket - Headingley - Alex Whitehead

Matches in Leeds

Headingley is once again playing host to some of the world’s best cricketers with four fixtures taking place at the Emerald Headingley stadium:

Friday 21 June – England v Sri Lanka
Saturday 29 June – Pakistan v Afghanistan
Thursday 4 July – Afghanistan v West Indies
Saturday 6 July – Sri Lanka v India

There are still tickets available for both Afghanistan matches so don’t miss the opportunity to attend the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019! Click HERE to register and buy your tickets.

If you have tickets and can no longer attend, the Official Resale Ticket Platform is available. Login to your account to list your tickets. If you already have an account, you do not need to create a new one.

Getting here

Headingley can be reached from three different stations - Leeds City Station is the main station with frequent services from all over the UK. Taxis and an event day shuttle will be on offer available to take you to the stadium. Alternatively, connecting trains from Leeds go to Burley Park and Headingley stations and both are within walking distance of the venue.

First Bus Leeds services 19, 19A, and 56 operates services from various stops within the city centre to the stops on Cardigan Road and Kirkstall Lane. Go to for local transport information.

There is also a dedicated Park and Ride service which will be in operation from Beckett’s Park at a cost of £10 per vehicle.



Leeds Fanzone, Millennium Square 21 - 23 June

In each host city centre, CWC2019 will create a free festival of world cricket for all to explore.

Games will be screened direct to the Fanzone, and a free programme of activities and performances will bring together local and global celebrations. The Fanzones are for everyone, from seasoned cricket lovers to children meeting the game for the first time.

The Leeds Fanzone will run from 21 - 23 June, on Millennium Square and is free for everyone to enjoy, with live screenings of all matches. There will also be a free programme of activities and performances including street cricket, bowling and batting.

Live screenings:

21 June - Leeds hosts England v Sri Lanka
22 June – India v Afghanistan and West Indies v New Zealand
23 June – Pakistan v South Africa

The Leeds Fanzone will be open at 10am each day, closing at 7.45pm on Friday and Sunday and match finish time on Saturday (no later than 10.45pm).

The ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour

The trophy started its tour of England and Wales on 19 February, and local fans had the chance to see the iconic Cricket World Cup Trophy up close when the tour came to Leeds in April.

Cricket World Cup Fanzone
Cricket World Cup Fanzone